Our main tower offers 288 guestrooms, junior suites and suites all with panoramic view and private balcony. In addition to the main tower and adjacent to the convention center in the hotel's north wing, the Executive Tower features 46 executive guest rooms and seven executive suites. Executive tower rooms, outfitted with the latest decor and technology, offer guests a contemporary look and tropical flare. Rooms feature soundproof, double glass panel windows, LCD television, a dedicated work area, king or queen beds with duvet, mini-bar, safe, rain shower in bathroom, and more. Suites offer a king bed, sitting area with sofa, and a working area with special lighting. The Executive Tower offers connecting rooms on all floors. All rooms will have an unequaled panoramic view and access to the tower's Executive Lounge, located on the tenth floor. With a private beach, three pools for adults, one for kids, cascades, waterfalls, toboggan, and a water sports center, the Hilton Cartagena Hotel is an aquatic paradise. For sport lovers, we have three night-lit tennis courts, two golf cages on-site or a golf course 45 minutes away from the hotel. Kids will enjoy Guacamayito's Playground and a daily recreational agenda accompanied by the hotel Pet, Tocayo El Guacamayo. More than 5,000 square feet, our Gym & Spa features a complete gym with cardio machines and weights, sauna, Turkish bath and four massage and treatment rooms, including a couple's treatment room boasting a private Jacuzzi . The spa delivers a diverse selection of treatments to meet the most discerning traveler's needs. Guests looking for an alternative experience can try one of Hilton Cartagena Hotel's most unique spa solutions: vinoterapia and chocolaterapia.
Originally built as a monastery in 1621, the Sofitel Santa Clara Hotel is a reference point in the heart of Cartagena de Indias, where its walls, which acted as a shield in ancient times, combine with colonial balconies and republican structures to evokethe splendor of days gone by. In recognition of its great cultural and architectural wealth, the walled city, with its castles and bastions, was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Center in 1984.